The Politics of Localism in an Era of Centralization, Privatization, and Choice
by Jeffrey R. Henig - 2009
This chapter begins with a discussion of the image of local obsolescence, a set of loosely connected ideas that has helped to convince political leaders and school reformers that by-passing local school districts is not only advisable but the logical and inevitable consequence of broad historical trends.
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